EastEnders star Cheryl Fergison and a group from TV show Grumpy Old Women have become the last two finalists in Let’s Dance For Sport Relief.

Cheryl – aka Heather Trott in the soap – won through on the public vote in the BBC1 show, which sees groups of celebrities recreate famous dance routines in aid of the Sport Relief charity.

She won the hearts of both public and judges with her recreation of Ice Ice Baby by 90s rapper Vanilla Ice – impressing a panel which this week consisted of comedienne Jo Brand, TV presenter Denise Van Outen and funnyman Vic Reeves.

Brand described Cheryl’s performance as “bang on the money” and called it “fantastic” while Van Outen also praised the actress.

“The caterpillar move was absolutely fantastic,” she said, “You raised the bar tonight.”

Meanwhile Grumpy Old Women – a group which consisted of Lesley Joseph, Susie Blake, Jenny Eclair and Linda Robson – made it through on the judges’ vote with their tribute to Lady Gaga and her song Poker Face.

The four-piece – wearing an assortment of blonde wigs and leotards – fought off competition from footballers Peter Shilton and Jason Cundy who performed the Men In Black routine from the hit Will Smith film.

“My eyes quite literally popped out during that performance,” Reeves said, “All of them had a remarkable likeness to Lady Gaga – or should that be Lady Gargoyle?”

Other contenders tonight included the cast of BBC2 comedy Bellamy’s People, who performed their version of Boney M’s disco hit Rasputin, and comedian Stephen K Amos, performing to the musical number Rhythm Of Life.

Bill stars Chris Simmons and Sally Rogers, dancing to Shakira’s chart-topper Hips Don’t Lie, completed the line-up.

As well as tonight’s winners, next Saturday’s final will also feature the four acts who have qualified over previous weeks – comedians Rufus Hound and Katy Brand from the first show, and GMTV presenters Kate Garraway and Richard Arnold, and actress Debra Stephenson from the second show.